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" Add together the logarithms of the second and third terms, and from their sum subtract the logarithm of the first, and the remainder will be the logarithm of the fourth term. (a) The arithmetical complement of a number is the remainder, after subtracting... "
Mathematical Tables Consisting of Logarithms of Numbers 1 to 108000 ... - Page xvi
edited by - 1883 - 454 pages
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Mathematical tables

James Pryde - 1878
...the logarithm of the fourth term. (a) The arithmstical complement of a number is the remainder, afler subtracting it from a number consisting of 1, with...arithmetical complement is found by subtracting it from 10. (J) The arithmetical complement of a logarithm is easily found by subtracting its right-hand significant...
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Trigonometry: Analytical, Plane and Spherical: With Logarithmic Tables

De Volson Wood - Trigonometry - 1885 - 237 pages
...(A B) 68. cosi ^4 sin2 5 = cos (^ + B) cos (A B) CO3 ^1 . CO8 EXPLANATlON OF THE TABLE8. The arithmetical complement of a number is the remainder after subtracting it from 10. 1t is often used to avoid tho necessity of subtracting one logarithm from another. 1nstead of subtracting...
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Mechanics' and Engineers' Pocketbook of Tables: Rules, and Formulas ...

Charles Haynes Haswell - Engineering - 1890 - 956 pages
...Proportional Part is the difference between the given and tho nearest lesg tabular logarithm. ,. . t The Arithmetical Complement of a number is the remainder after subtracting it from a number consisting of i, with as many ciphers annexed as tho number has integers. When the index of a logarithm is less than...
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Chamber's Seven-Figure Mathematical Tables

James Pryde - 1967 - 392 pages
...Ans. 52-90783. 2. Divide -6814 by -007241. Ans. 87-19792. ( 15 ) To PERFORM PROPORTIOH BT LOOARITHIIB. Add together the logarithms of the second and third...arithmetical complement is found by subtracting it from 10. (li) The arithmetical complement of a logarithm is easily found by subtracting its right-hand significant...
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